Goat Milk Pancakes

I thought I would share one of my family’s favorite recipes.

Homemade goat milk pancakes.  You can also make these with store purchased milk, but they are so yummy with goat milk straight from the farm.  🙂

The key to this recipe besides goat milk 🙂 is real butter.  I have made it with margarine but the taste is no comparison.

How to Make Delicious Goat Milk Pancakes from Scratch

Mix together your dry ingredients.  I like to mix mine in a pourable pitcher.

The dry ingredients for these homemade goat milk pancakes include flour and baking soda

In a measuring cup pour your milk and add eggs.  Mix together.

Mix eggs and milk together, and stir in the melted butter last

Add melted butter last.

Pour wet ingredients with the dry ingredients.  Do not over mix.

Add any extras, my boys love mini chocolate chips but Handy Man and I do not.  I will usually make a few pancakes then add my chocolate chips so everyone is happy.

Adding chocolate chips to the batter can be a special treat

At this point, I like to let my pancakes rest while I heat up my griddle.

You can use a frying pan as well.  Make sure to use non-stick spray or a little vegetable oil.

Cook pancakes until you see a nice supply of bubbles, I will also peak under to make sure they are nice and brown. This should take just a minute or so.

Let the pancakes bubble on the greased griddle

Flip pancakes over and cook an additional minute.

Flip the goat milk pancakes until both sides are a delicious golden brown

These pancakes are best buttered and drizzled with homemade warm maple syrup.

Nothing says Saturday morning more than a plate of warm pancakes, enjoy!

Yield: 12-14 pancakes

Goat Milk Pancakes

goat milk pancakes

These goat milk pancakes are light and fluffy and so easy to make from scratch. The perfect weekend breakfast treat!

    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 10 minutes
    Total Time 20 minutes

    Ingredients

    • 1 cup all purpose flour
    • 2 tsp Baking Powder
    • 2 tbs Sugar
    • 1/2 tsp Salt
    • 1 cup goat milk Can, substitute with any kind of milk
    • 2 tbs unsalted butter, melted
    • 1 egg

    Instructions

    1. In a pitcher bowl, lightly mix all dry ingredients together and set aside. In a separate bowl, combine milk and eggs, and add melted butter.
    2. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix until incorporated. Do not over-mix, a few lumps are just fine. Add chocolate chips if desired.
    3. Let the batter sit for a few minutes. Preheat the griddle or non-stick pan. Coat with non-stick spray or vegetable oil. Pour batter or ladle onto the griddle. Cook for 1-2 minutes until bubbles form and the pancakes are nice and brown. Flip carefully with a spatula and cook for an additional minute.
    4. Pancakes taste best warm, buttered, and drizzled with maple syrup. Enjoy!
    goat milk pancakes
    Goat Milk Pancakes
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    These goat milk pancakes are light and fluffy and so easy to make from scratch. The perfect weekend breakfast treat!
    Servings Prep Time
    12-14 Pancakes 10
    Cook Time
    10
    Servings Prep Time
    12-14 Pancakes 10
    Cook Time
    10
    goat milk pancakes
    Goat Milk Pancakes
    Print Recipe
    These goat milk pancakes are light and fluffy and so easy to make from scratch. The perfect weekend breakfast treat!
    Servings Prep Time
    12-14 Pancakes 10
    Cook Time
    10
    Servings Prep Time
    12-14 Pancakes 10
    Cook Time
    10
    Ingredients
    Servings: Pancakes
    Instructions
    1. In a pitcher bowl lightly mix all dry ingredients together and set aside. In a separate bowl combine milk and eggs, add melted butter.
    2. Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix until incorporated. Do not over mix, a few lumps are just fine. Add chocolate chips if desired.
    3. Let batter sit for a few minutes. Preheat griddle or non-stick pan. Coat with non-stick spray or vegetable oil. Pour batter or ladle onto griddle. Cook 1-2 minutes until bubbles form and pancakes are nice and brown. Flip carefully with a spatula and cook an additional minute.
    4. Pancakes taste best warm, buttered and drizzled with maple syrup. Enjoy!
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